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Eric Walberg: Middle East spinning out of Empire’s control

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Journalist and Middle East expert Eric Walberg says ISIS is today’s version of the Saudi Ikhwan (not to be confused with the Muslim Brotherhood)…but that this time around, the Empire is losing, not gaining, its grip on the Middle East. Check out his new articles:

 Islamic State in Iraq and Syria: Bin Laden won

 ISIS and the Taliban: Writing on the wall for Afghanistan

During this interview, we entertain the notion that Zionist plots are destabilizing the Middle East, voice support for a new Caliphate (but not the one declared by ISIS), and conduct anti-terror operations against an extremist squirrel who has been terrorizing Eric’s yard.

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  1. Anonymous

    For those who cite Sykes-Picot colonial imposition as a justification for ME Balkanization I come up with the following analogy. Protestants and Catholics fought for centuries, killing and bombing one another until recently. Therefore, Catholics and Protestants need separate homelands and cannot live in a U.S. state structured during colonial times. Buddhists and Black Muslims certainly cannot coexist with these groups, so they also need separate states. Then there are non-religious whites, Indians, blacks and Mexicans. All need separate states.

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